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[FAQ] TMP61/TMP63/TMP64 – Are TI thermistors certified for AEC-Q200?

 Are TI thermistors certified for AEC-Q200?

  • The reliability test for automotive components is mostly based on the AEC-Q100 (for IC chip), AEC-Q101 (for discrete components), AEC-Q102(Discrete Optoelectronic), AEC-Q104(Multichip Module) and AEC-Q200 (for passive components). These specifications are from the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC). TI thermistors are silicon-based components not resistors. They operate by changing the conducted current based on temperature. The provided resistance tables are calculated based on the divider voltage or constant current voltage from a current source for compatibility. TI thermistors fall into the AEC-Q100 category.